Green Living Resource: iTunes University

Green Living Resource: iTunes University

Amber Byfield
Sep 10, 2010

After a year of living without a television in our home, we've come to depend on our computers for entertainment and information. One of the things we've missed most about the TV, though, were all the PBS shows, namely the gardening ones. Enter iTunes U. Now we have a (free) source for great home and garden tips. Have you tried it yet?

Right now we're especially enamored with the Backyard Farmer from the University of Nebraska, which covers topics from reseeding damaged turf, to working with native plants, and much more. There's also the Going Green course from SUNY-ESF, and the Gardening & Agriculture course from UCTV.

Like Podcasts, you can subscribe to these courses, and some of them even offer videos for the lecture.

Do you follow any green living courses on iTunes U? Do share!

Related Links:
• Open University Podcast: Design and Sustainability
E-Readers vs. Books: What's More Environmentally Friendly?
Create Your Own Green at Home Yoga Studio

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